Inland Motor Freight & Pacific Highway Transport Collection

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This picture of a 1960's International DCO-405, pulling a set of doubles for Inland Motor Freight. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a picture of a Kenworth "Bullnose" truck and trailer belonging to Inland Motor Freight. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a picture of a Kenworth conventional rig owned by Pacific Highway Transport. Ken Goudy Collection.
This picture of a 1940's Kenworth truck. This shows an older logo on the side of the van. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a picture of a White tractor pulling a Pacific Highway Transport trailer. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a painting that Ken did of a Sterling truck and trailer.
This is a picture of a 1940's Peterbilt truck and trailer. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a picture of a Sterling truck and trailer. It looks like this was the source of the painting above. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is another Sterling truck which belonged to Inland Motor Freight. Ken Goudy Collection.
Here is a picture of an IMF Kenworth "Bullnose" truck with a day cab. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a picture of a Kenworth conventional truck and trailer. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a Kenworth Cab-Beside-Engine truck and trailer which belonged to Inland Motor Freight. Ken Goudy Collection.
Here is a color picture of an IMF International. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a picture of a new 1955 Kenworth cabover hooked up to a set of doubles.Ken Goudy Collection. Here is another picture of the 1955 Kenworth. Ken Goudy Collection.
IMF Kenworth CBE (Cab Beside Engine) taken at the Spokane terminal with a half cab ready to roll. Ken Goudy Collection. PHT International R Series tractor trailer. Ken Goudy Collection.
Pacific Highway Transport International straight truck. Photo courtesy of Transport Trailer of Seattle.


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